Dr. Subramanian received his PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Southern California. He completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the National Institutes of Health and a position as a Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. During his postdoctoral research, he used in vitro and in vivo imaging technologies to understand mechanisms of synaptic plasticity in mouse cortical neurons.
Dr. Subramanian’s research focuses primarily on synaptic plasticity associated with learning and memory and their dysfunction in mouse models of neurodegenerative disorders. His lab utilizes state of the art approaches, such as single neuron genetic manipulations, in vivo synaptic labeling and multi-color two photon imaging.
Research Scientist, Elly Nedivi lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Postdoctoral Fellow, Alexei Morozov lab, National Institutes of Health
Ph.D., Molecular Biology, Norm Arnheim lab, University of Southern California
M.S., Biotechnology, MS University of Baroda
B.S., Botany, Bharathidasan University
- Synaptic plasticity
- Learning and memory
- Neurodegenerative disorders